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Imagine Dragons Tour 2023 : Tickets and Details

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Imagine Dragons have scheduled a massive North American tour in early 2022 to support their new album Mercury – Act 1. Their Mercury Tour begins February 6 in Miami and runs until April, including Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Milwaukee, Seattle, and Los Angeles. Canadian gigs are planned for Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, and Winnipeg. The new tour follows 2017’s Evolve World Tour, which lasted into 2018 and featured Grouplove, K.Flay, and Grace VanderWaal.

Tour dates have been extended into the summer, with stops in Kansas City, Hershey, Camden, Toronto, Clarkston, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Dallas, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.

Mercury Act 1, the fifth studio album by Imagine, was released on September 3, 2021, via Kidinakorner and Interscope Records. Their 2018 album ‘Origins’ achieved #2 on the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum by the RIAA. In 2015, the band started their Smoke + Mirrors Tour across North America with Metric and Halsey. Their smash tune ‘Radioactive’ the previous year won a Grammy for Best Rock Performance.

Who are the Imagine Dragons?

Dan Reynolds on vocals, Wayne Sermon on guitar, Ben McKee on bass, and Daniel Platzman on drums are the current members of Imagine. Andrew Tolman, Brittany Tolman, Theresa Flaminio, Dave Lemke, and Andrew Beck were just some band members who came and went between 2008 and 2011.

Touring Through Time with Imagine Dragons

The members of Imagine consistently put in long hours on the road. Some of the band’s recent tours are detailed here.

· 2017-2018 – Evolve World Tour

· 2015-2016 – Smoke + Mirrors Tour

· 2013-2014 – Night Visions Tour

· 2012 – Fall Tour

The Complete Setlist for the Imagine Dragons Tour

Although Dragons‘ setlists change from city to city and venue to venue, the following songs are often included in most Imagine Dragons concerts. They are favorites among the band’s many devoted fans:

· Believer

· Follow You

· Thunder

· Wrecked

· Demons

· Radioactive

· Birds

· Bad Liar

· Whatever It Takes

· It’s Time

Exactly how much do tickets cost to see Imagine Dragons live?

If you’re looking for cheap or expensive tickets, you’ll find what you’re looking for at SeatGeek. Tickets to see Imagine Dragons start at $69, with the average cost being $117.

Where to buy tickets?

Tickets to an Imagine Dragons performance may be purchased through any of the world’s top ticketing marketplaces, including SeatGeek, StubHub, Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Vividseats, Viagigo, and Livenation.

The concert by Imagine Dragons will last around how long?

The average performance by Imagine Dragons lasts about 1.5 hours and is nothing short of spectacular.

See Imagine Dragons Up Close From the Ground!

Attending an Imagine Dragons concert from the floor may be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Pit passes, floor seating and first-row seats are often some of the most costly locations at a show. Tickets for Imagine Dragons may be expensive for spots in the first row or dead center.


Las Vegas, Nevada’s own Dan Reynolds, Ben McKee, Wayne Sermon, and Dan Platzman make up the indie pop band Imagine Dragons.

The band, which formed in 2008 and issued several EPs, became a worldwide phenomenon after releasing their full-length debut, Night Visions, in 2012. The album’s first single, “Radioactive,” became a massive success worldwide. Since then, the band has only improved, releasing four more albums, the most recent being 2021’s “Mercury – Act 1.”

In February of 2023, imagine dragons will be in South Africa for their Mercury World Tour. They’ll be the main attraction at Florida’s Innings Festival the following month.

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